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    yea i read that this morning...i find it a lil strange that they werent willing to say wat there products are made out of...weird

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bliss
    yea i read that this morning...i find it a lil strange that they werent willing to say wat there products are made out of...weird
    It's people! Wii consoles are made of people!!!! ARRRRGGH!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by SixStringedStress
    And look at the source "news.com". Wow, could be run by anyone... even Greenpeace... which could be in cahoots with communists like Global Green (which is public knowledge).
    news.com is owned and run by CNet (which would explain the giant CNet logo at the top). They're just talking about the report released by greenpeace, it's not their own investigation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newguy7
    It's people! Wii consoles are made of people!!!! ARRRRGGH!!!


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    Soylent Green


    And to pull Soylent Green into the video game topic, that movie features an appearance by the original arcade version of Computer Space, which actually pre-dates Pong. A groovy picture and more info here: http://www.computercloset.org/ComputerSpace.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by sagema
    I was told Greenpeace hates Japan and France. France tried to do some nuclear testing and Greenpeace got in the way. I heard some of them were gunned down and have held a grudge ever since. Nintendo has a few factories in France. Coincidence? Greenpeace has crazy methods, a bit extreme. I was told this long ago. The human race is righteous in all the wrong ways.
    And Japan is a big fan of seafood. Greenpeace is a fan too, except they like their seafood to not be food.

    France's nuclear program, ironically enough, is a massive carbon emissions saver. If the US developed nuclear power on the same scale as France has, we would today put 2,200,000,000 tons less carbon into the atmosphere--beating kyoto requirements by 15%. Why haven't we pursued it? Greenpeace and company.

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    I couldn't be arsed to give flying fig about the environment. Then I met a really sexy environmental scientist. So perhaps I care now...a little.
    But still, wtf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by newguy7
    It's people! Wii consoles are made of people!!!! ARRRRGGH!!!


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    Soylent Green, (sp)

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    I wish we could hear more from scientists and less from fanatics, politicians and big business about the dangers of chemicals.

    It's like the USA threw away science for lunacy sometimes. I can't talk about evolution or the beginning of the universe in front of some people. They get all religious and don't even know what section of the bible it came from, or even the fact they misquote it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sagema
    It's like the USA threw away science for lunacy sometimes. I can't talk about... the beginning of the universe in front of some people.
    You still think that the universe "began"?

    I wish we could hear more from scientists and less from fanatics, politicians and big business about the dangers of chemicals.
    These days, a lot of professional scientists are fanatics, politically motivated, or tools of industry. If you mean scientists as in someone who speaks impartially from the perspective of evidence, well, yeah, that'd be nice.

    But the truth is professional scientists as a whole have always been pursuing their own agendas. Einstein was so deadset against Quantum Mechanics and was so blinded by his distaste for the theory that he created an argument in the Bohr-Einstein debates that ignored part his own theory of relativity.

    Sure in the end, everyone's agenda works out to provide tests and trials for theories that do eventually survive, and decades later they can talk about those theories impartially, but in the moment it's just a bunch of people with agendas and without an ounce of impartiality.

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